stoking the embers of procrastination
fajna dziewczyna :-/
Hey. We're busy. We've selected your blog among thousands to amuse ourselves. We demand more than questions with no real answers, such as "How cool is that?" We require pithy, politically-informed statements, and, uh, so on. At the very least, the probings of a journalistic mind. Was the wig heavy? Did her neck hurt? How did it smell? Was it keeping her head warm? Why was she wearing these shavings? Some form of protest against reckless rollerblading? Against the meaningless inanity of the word "rollerblade"? Was her mascara made from a reduction of rollerblade shavings?
Sure, your wife goes away and all of a sudden you're at liberty to leave these verbose comments here like a trail of insolent spooge the likes of what a snail may leave behind in its mindless gastropodal travels. For your information, "pithy" is one of the foremost misunderstood and misused words in the English lexicon, only just shy of "peruse". So in a swell of magnanimity, let me edumacate you once and for all.Wordnet dictionary:1. [adv] in a pithy sententious manner; "she expressed herself pithily"2. [adj] concise and full of meaning; "welcomed her pithy comments"; "the peculiarly sardonic and sententious style in which Don Luis composed his epigrams"- Hervey AllenNOTE: "full of meaning" ?!Webster's 19131. Consisting wholly, or in part, of pith; abounding in pith; as, a pithy stem; a pithy fruit.2. Having nervous energy; forceful; cogent.NOTE: not a helpful citationCambridge online:1.(of speech or writing) brief and full of meaning.NOTE: need I say more????
might i add (which i initially spelled as "ass" and which i was very tempted to leave as is) that i'm extremely dehydrated?!
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